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Algorithms normally are data compiled mathematically; however, in this book a computer has been used to place data on a flow chart that leads to a conclusion through differential diagnosis. These algorithm charts, accompanied by numerous excellent photographs of clinical dermatologic problems, make up a large part of this book.
The text is very clear, succint, and easy to follow. It has been written by 13 contributors from recognized medical centers. The book is organized into three parts: basic concepts, diagnosis by morphology, and diagnosis by regional distribution. One appendix lists suggested reference reading, including textbooks and journal articles, and
Dermatology in Ambulatory and Emergency Medicine: A Clinical Guide with Algorithms.. Ann Intern Med. 1985;102:736. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-102-5-736_1
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